Helping Students Solve Math Problems » Madly Learning
Are your students struggling to understand, work through and correctly solve word problems? Does the method you are currently using fall short of actually finishing the problem or only get your students to understand parts of the problem but not actually how to solve it.
Books About Racism for Teachers (31 Must Reads) - NoodleNook.Net
Fantastic list of 31 books for teaching race to teens and small children. Also books about racism in education and what to do about it. Teacher must read!
95 Ways Elementary Teachers Stay Fresh for School During the Summer
How do teachers keep up on all the latest trends in education? How do they keep themselves motivated and fresh every year? Here are 95 ways teachers stay fresh for school. These ideas are from elementary teachers just like you, who want to be the best teacher they can be. These are things that teachers do over the summer to stay fresh for school A word of advice: this is a list of ideas generated from teachers. It is a long list. Don’t feel like you have to do it all. You can’t do it…
How To Make Time For Teacher Self-Care - Top Notch Teaching
Living in a time of pandemic is scary, and as a teacher, you know you are exposed to so many germs during the best of times. First, take a deep breath.
Using Explicit Teaching - The Owl Teacher
What is explicit teaching and how to do you use this teaching method in the classroom so that it is an effective method? Check out this blog post where I walk you through everything you need to know to help you make explicit teaching successful in your classroom!
Easy Fixes to Instructional Mistakes in SpEd
You aren't making these teacher mistakes in your special education class, are you? Here's 6 mistakes teachers and paras in SpEd make PLUS 5 easy fixes too!
I am lucky to work in a district where I am responsible for hiring the paraprofessionals that work in my classroom. I love that I have contr...
Student Centered Learning
The data clearly shows that the long-term benefits of student-centered learning are visible immediately as students immerse themselves in content knowledge.
6 Tips for Teachers During School Closures
How are teachers dealing with school closures? What can you do during this very stressful time to maintain a relationship with your students, stay calm, and take care of your family? Undoubtedly, we are in a time where teachers need to be flexible. Last week teachers were preparing packets of work to go home. This week they are navigating distance learning and google classroom with their elementary students. Teachers were told to plan for 1-2 weeks without students and now they won't be…
Special Education Accommodation IEP Checklist for Teachers
Special education IEP checklist for teachers to track each student's supports. Record accommodations, modifications, interventions, and supports for IEPs, 504s, and special education.
Easy Special Education Professional Development | Teach Love Autism
Special education teachers looking for professional development? This blog post has websites, blogs, podcasts, books, and webinars that are mostly free!
Building Rapport with Families | Teach Love Autism
Building rapport with families can be one of the most important things to promote success for students in the classroom. Read more to get ideas!
Executive Functioning Coach Tips | Managing School, Work, Life.
An executive functioning coach answered our questions about common EF issues, what parents can teach, and why executive functioning is so important.
5 Tips for Making it Through a Tough School Year — The Designer Teacher
So you're having a tough year. You might already be thinking about how to avoid the same situation next year-- but what do you do now? Unlike most jobs, quitting mid-year isn't really an option for teachers. During the 2016-17 school year, I seriously considered not coming back after winter break. H